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6 Reasons You Might Feel Burning After Sex + What to Do!
Vulvodynia is a puzzling syndrome in which women feel chronic pain in the vulva, which consists of the external genitals including the clitoris, the pubic mound, and the labia. Women with the condition describe the pain as a burning, itching, rawness, or stinging, particularly during urination. This vulvar discomfort ranges from annoying to unbearable, and can be continuous or set off by touch. Some women with severe forms of the ailment hurt even while walking or sitting. Because the pain is so excruciating, they may be unable to have intercourse or even wear tight pants or stockings.
The spontaneity and playfulness of sex can also result in some pretty unfortunate accidents. Remember, sex should not hurt — but, as with all physical activities, there are bound to be some bumps and bruises along the way, especially if you get a little too, um, excited. Here are some of the most common bedroom-related injuries, and how you can treat them or avoid them in the first place. Stay safe, bbs.
Vaginal itching and irritation is common. However, persistent itching, burning, and irritation may be a sign of infection or another underlying condition. These symptoms may begin suddenly or grow in intensity over time.